Sunday, April 5, 2009

Bunnymania

For the past few weeks, a colleague from one of my past jobs and I thought it would be fun to make some bunny lawn ornaments as Easter decorations and after a zig here and a zag there, we finally have some bunnies to share! After doing some research, we used exterior MDO and exterior paint so they are ready for our New England weather. Each bunny is unique and is named, signed, and dated. The bunnies were on the road today and were photographed sunning on the beach! A couple of them took up residence at local garden centers where they may find other homes. The bunnies pictured from left to right are: Funny Bunny,Diamond Girl, South Shore Boogie Woogie, I See Spots, and Jackrabbit Pollock. Dot already moved to her new home. I wish the pictures were better so the patterns were more easily viewed, but they are still pretty cute.


here is a front view of "Diamond Girl."

..and the back view of "Diamond Girl."

Front view of "South Shore Boogie Woogie."

..and the back view..

11 comments:

Carol Schiff Studio said...

TOO CUTE!

Pat said...

What a great idea, Paula. They are wonderful....

L.Holm said...

Love the nod to Mondrian! Very fun! Liz

Marian Fortunati said...

What a fun idea!!... I'll bet everyone loves it!!

Soooo clever!

artslice said...

So much fun! I also love the Boogie Woogie one... so very Mondrian. Hope your weather is very spring-y by now!

Paula Villanova said...

Hey thanks everyone...and these WERE fun! Looking forward to continuing the project in some way. Not sure exactly how yet.

Rhonda Hartis Smith said...

Those bunnies are so cute!

Shweta said...

CUuteee.............so cute!
Great !
-Shweta

Katie May said...

Absolutely adorable! How creative. I never decorate for Easter, but I think you may have just inspired me! As usual!

Sandy said...

So COOL!!!! Wow, how clever. Maybe you can start a business selling these..

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Ahhhkkkk! Where have I been? These are so cool - and they're HUGE - I drove by your house this week and saw them (your car was not there or I would have called). Keep making them for next year!